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2 Bedrooms Semi Detached House for sale in The White House, Litcham

2 Bedrooms Semi Detached House - £325,000

The White House, Litcham

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First listed on: 06th October 2017

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Property Features

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  • Tenure: freehold

Property Description

Grade II Listed Georgian house in the heart of the village, recently renovated with scope for roof conversion (stpp). No onward chain.

DESCRIPTION
The White House is one of the village\'s landmark Grade II Listed Georgian houses (circa 1740), situated right in the heart of the popular village of Litcham. The current owners have recently carried out an extensive programme of refurbishment including the installation of a new kitchen and bathroom, full redecoration and re-wiring throughout whilst retaining a wealth of period features such as exposed beams, sash windows, timber latch doors and impressive fireplaces in the sitting room and dining room.

There is well proportioned accommodation briefly comprising small entrance lobby, good sized sitting room, dining room, kitchen with separate utility/store room, cloakroom with 2 large bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs. A door off the first floor landing opens onto a staircase to spacious attic space which lends itself to conversion to further bedrooms (subject to the necessary permissions).
Outside, there is a garden to the rear comprising various terraces and a lawn with parking for 1 car and scope for another parking space.

The White House is being offered for sale with no onward chain.

SITUATION
Litcham is surrounded by the well-wooded and undulating countryside of the neighbouring Lexham Estate and has the services of a Post Office and village shop, doctor\'s surgery, butchers, pub, a church and a museum of local interest. Within the village is the sought after Litcham School catering for pupils aged between 4 and 16.

The nearby market town of Fakenham has a weekly market, offering a range of vegetables, clothing, bric-a-brac and antiques, with auction rooms operating weekly. The town also boasts 3 supermarkets, racecourse, bowling alley, cinema and a full range of shops and facilities. King\'s Lynn and Norwich are also easily accessible and the North Norfolk Coast is some 17 miles to the North.





ENTRANCE LOBBY
Period partly glazed timber double doors lead into the entrance hall with half glazed doors to the dining room and sitting room, exposed beam and staircase to first floor landing.

SITTING ROOM
4.88m x 4.86m (16\' x 15\' 11\") Impressive inglenook fireplace with pamment tiled hearth and bressumer beam, pine built-in storage cupboards to the sides, exposed ceiling beams, TV point, wall lights and underfloor heating. Sash window to the front of the property and double doors leading into:

REAR HALL
Partly glazed stable door leading out to the rear garden, doors to kitchen, cloakroom and utility/store room. Vinyl flooring, loft hatch and radiator.

KITCHEN
2.37m x 3.90m (7\' 9\" x 12\' 10\") Range of newly installed cream base units, including a pull-out larder cupboard, with laminate worktops incorporating a stainless steel sink with chrome mixer tap, tiled splashbacks. Stainless steel cooker with stainless steel extractor hood over, dishwasher, vinyl flooring, radiator, recessed ceiling lights and room for a small breakfast table and chairs. 2 windows with fitted blinds overlooking the rear garden.

UTILTY/STORE ROOM
2.70m x 4.19m (8\' 10\" x 13\' 9\") Good sized versatile split level room with staircase to mezzanine, oil-fired condensing boiler, washing machine and fridge freezer. Exposed ceiling beams, vinyl flooring, coat hooks and 2 windows to the rear. Please note that part of this room has a flying freehold over the neighbouring property.

CLOAKROOM
Wall mounted wash basin, WC, vinyl flooring and window to the rear.

DINING ROOM
4.88m x 3.52m (16\' x 11\' 7\") Impressive room with a cast iron fireplace with painted timber surround and quarry tiled hearth, built-in cupboards to the sides, exposed ceiling beams, radiator and sash window to the front of the property.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Door opening to staircase leading up to the attic space, understairs storage cupboard, radiator and sash window to the front of the property.

BEDROOM 1
4.86m x 3.79m (15\' 11\" x 12\' 5\") Good sized room with sash window to the front, 2 built-in wardrobe cupboards, wall lights, radiator and exposed ceiling beams.

BEDROOM 2
4.86m x 3.81m (15\' 11\" x 12\' 6\") at widest points. Good sized double aspect room with sash window to the front and casement window to the rear, radiator, wall lights and recess with hanging rails.

BATHROOM
2.48m x 2.05m (8\' 2\" x 6\' 9\") Newly installed bathroom suite comprising a panelled bath with shower over and glass shower screen, pedestal wash basin with illuminated mirror with shaver socket over, WC. Tiled splashbacks, vinyl flooring, radiator, exposed beam and window to the rear.

ATTIC SPACE
3.47m x 10.33m (11\' 5\" x 33\' 11\") Considered suitable for conversion into additional bedroom space (subject to the necessary permissions). Boarded floor with 2 Velux windows to the rear.

OUTSIDE
The White House is set back a little way from the road behind a shale border bounded by metal railings with a timber gate opening onto a pathway leading to the front entrance door.

To the rear of the property, there is a parking space with a tall wrought iron pedestrian gate opening onto the rear garden where there is room to create another parking space in tandem if required. The rear garden comprises a sunken paved terrace immediately behind the property bounded by sleepers with steps leading up to a lawned garden. The garden has walled and fenced boundaries, timber decked area, shale border, timber summer house and oil storage tank.




SERVICES
Mains water, mains drainage and main electricity. Oil-fired central heating to radiators.

EPC Rating Band n/a (exempt as Grade II Listed).

LOCAL AUTHORITY
Breckland District Council, The Guildhall, St Whitburga Lane, Dereham. Telephone 01362 695333.

Council Tax Band B.
Grade II Listed Georgian house in the heart of the village, recently renovated with scope for roof conversion (stpp). No onward chain.

DESCRIPTION
The White House is one of the village\'s landmark Grade II Listed Georgian houses (circa 1740), situated right in the heart of the popular village of Litcham. The current owners have recently carried out an extensive programme of refurbishment including the installation of a new kitchen and bathroom, full redecoration and re-wiring throughout whilst retaining a wealth of period features such as exposed beams, sash windows, timber latch doors and impressive fireplaces in the sitting room and dining room.

There is well proportioned accommodation briefly comprising small entrance lobby, good sized sitting room, dining room, kitchen with separate utility/store room, cloakroom with 2 large bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs. A door off the first floor landing opens onto a staircase to spacious attic space which lends itself to conversion to further bedrooms (subject to the necessary permissions).
Outside, there is a garden to the rear comprising various terraces and a lawn with parking for 1 car and scope for another parking space.

The White House is being offered for sale with no onward chain.

SITUATION
Litcham is surrounded by the well-wooded and undulating countryside of the neighbouring Lexham Estate and has the services of a Post Office and village shop, doctor\'s surgery, butchers, pub, a church and a museum of local interest. Within the village is the sought after Litcham School catering for pupils aged between 4 and 16.

The nearby market town of Fakenham has a weekly market, offering a range of vegetables, clothing, bric-a-brac and antiques, with auction rooms operating weekly. The town also boasts 3 supermarkets, racecourse, bowling alley, cinema and a full range of shops and facilities. King\'s Lynn and Norwich are also easily accessible and the North Norfolk Coast is some 17 miles to the North.





ENTRANCE LOBBY
Period partly glazed timber double doors lead into the entrance hall with half glazed doors to the dining room and sitting room, exposed beam and staircase to first floor landing.

SITTING ROOM
4.88m x 4.86m (16\' x 15\' 11\") Impressive inglenook fireplace with pamment tiled hearth and bressumer beam, pine built-in storage cupboards to the sides, exposed ceiling beams, TV point, wall lights and underfloor heating. Sash window to the front of the property and double doors leading into:

REAR HALL
Partly glazed stable door leading out to the rear garden, doors to kitchen, cloakroom and utility/store room. Vinyl flooring, loft hatch and radiator.

KITCHEN
2.37m x 3.90m (7\' 9\" x 12\' 10\") Range of newly installed cream base units, including a pull-out larder cupboard, with laminate worktops incorporating a stainless steel sink with chrome mixer tap, tiled splashbacks. Stainless steel cooker with stainless steel extractor hood over, dishwasher, vinyl flooring, radiator, recessed ceiling lights and room for a small breakfast table and chairs. 2 windows with fitted blinds overlooking the rear garden.

UTILTY/STORE ROOM
2.70m x 4.19m (8\' 10\" x 13\' 9\") Good sized versatile split level room with staircase to mezzanine, oil-fired condensing boiler, washing machine and fridge freezer. Exposed ceiling beams, vinyl flooring, coat hooks and 2 windows to the rear. Please note that part of this room has a flying freehold over the neighbouring property.

CLOAKROOM
Wall mounted wash basin, WC, vinyl flooring and window to the rear.

DINING ROOM
4.88m x 3.52m (16\' x 11\' 7\") Impressive room with a cast iron fireplace with painted timber surround and quarry tiled hearth, built-in cupboards to the sides, exposed ceiling beams, radiator and sash window to the front of the property.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Door opening to staircase leading up to the attic space, understairs storage cupboard, radiator and sash window to the front of the property.

BEDROOM 1
4.86m x 3.79m (15\' 11\" x 12\' 5\") Good sized room with sash window to the front, 2 built-in wardrobe cupboards, wall lights, radiator and exposed ceiling beams.

BEDROOM 2
4.86m x 3.81m (15\' 11\" x 12\' 6\") at widest points. Good sized double aspect room with sash window to the front and casement window to the rear, radiator, wall lights and recess with hanging rails.

BATHROOM
2.48m x 2.05m (8\' 2\" x 6\' 9\") Newly installed bathroom suite comprising a panelled bath with shower over and glass shower screen, pedestal wash basin with illuminated mirror with shaver socket over, WC. Tiled splashbacks, vinyl flooring, radiator, exposed beam and window to the rear.

ATTIC SPACE
3.47m x 10.33m (11\' 5\" x 33\' 11\") Considered suitable for conversion into additional bedroom space (subject to the necessary permissions). Boarded floor with 2 Velux windows to the rear.

OUTSIDE
The White House is set back a little way from the road behind a shale border bounded by metal railings with a timber gate opening onto a pathway leading to the front entrance door.

To the rear of the property, there is a parking space with a tall wrought iron pedestrian gate opening onto the rear garden where there is room to create another parking space in tandem if required. The rear garden comprises a sunken paved terrace immediately behind the property bounded by sleepers with steps leading up to a lawned garden. The garden has walled and fenced boundaries, timber decked area, shale border, timber summer house and oil storage tank.




SERVICES
Mains water, mains drainage and main electricity. Oil-fired central heating to radiators.

EPC Rating Band n/a (exempt as Grade II Listed).

LOCAL AUTHORITY
Breckland District Council, The Guildhall, St Whitburga Lane, Dereham. Telephone 01362 695333.

Council Tax Band B.
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Disclaimer Property reference F4696156782C24_2635096. Details are provided and maintained by BELTON DUFFEY. Nethouseprices.com makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of aforementioned details.

This property is marketed by

BELTON DUFFEY, FAKENHAM

3 MARKET PLACE

FAKENHAM

NORFOLK

NR21 9AS

Telephone: See phone number 01328855899

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This property is marketed by

BELTON DUFFEY, FAKENHAM

3 MARKET PLACE

FAKENHAM

NORFOLK

NR21 9AS

Telephone: See phone number 01328855899

Arrange Viewing Arrange Viewing with Agent

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